Topical legal content articles for marketing family law

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Previous legal topics

Examples of the family law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:

Does bad behaviour affect the financial settlement in a divorce?

  • what defines unreasonable or bad behaviour?;
  • what type of misconduct is taken into account by the court?;
  • a look at the recent case of Finch v Baker; and

  • the importance of getting legal advice early in the proceedings.

Do adult children living at home have rights over the matrimonial house in a divorce?

  • an outline of the rights of an adult child;
  • how the Children Act can provide an alternative route;
  • what are the key considerations of the Act? and

  • can an adult child ever claim an interest in the family home?

Can we finalise our divorce before the house is sold?

  • options for dealing with the matrimonial house;
  • a look into the case of Derhalli v Derhalli;

  • considerations when selling a matrimonial home after divorce; and

  • how a solicitor can help with reaching a financial agreement.

Arrangements for children after a same sex divorce or separation

  • key considerations same sex couples should bear in mind;
  • resolving disputes amicably through mediation;
  • identifying who has parental responsibility; and
  • taking into consideration the welfare of your child.

Guide to preparing for family mediation

  • what to expect at your first mediation session;
  • answers to common questions about the process;
  • the role of a mediator in resolving family disputes; and
  • next steps whether an agreement is reached or not.

Do we need to formalise our separation?

  • formalising a separation after a breakdown of a marriage or a civil partnership;

  • the key advantages of a separation agreement;

  • when is a separation agreement not needed? and

  • putting children’s interests first.

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